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Catherine O’Hara Net Worth

Catherine O’Hara net worth is

$8 Million

Catherine O’Hara Wiki Biography

Catherine O’Hara was born on 4th March 1954, in Toronto, Ontario, Canada, and is a Primetime Emmy Award-winning actress, writer, and comedian, but best known for her roles in such movies as “After Hours” (1985), “Home Alone” (1990), “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” (1992), and “The Nightmare Before Christmas” (1993). O’Hara also played various characters in “SCTV” from 1976 to 1979. Her career started in 1975.

Have you ever wonder how rich Catherine O’Hara is, as of late 2016? According to authoritative sources, it has been estimated that O’Hara’s net worth is as high as $8 million, an amount earned through her successful acting career. In addition to being an on-screen actress, O’Hara has worked as a stand-up comedian and writer, which has also improved her wealth.

Catherine O’Hara Net Worth $8 Million

Catherine O’Hara was the sixth of seven children in a family of Irish descent, and was raised Catholic. She went to the Burnhamthorpe Collegiate Institute in Toronto, and there met Robin Duke, who played an instrumental role in her pursuit of an acting career.

O’Hara debuted in an episode of “The Wayne & Shuster Show” in 1975, and then appeared in 50 episodes of a popular TV series “Second City TV” from 1976 to 1979. In 1980, she played alongside Donald Sutherland and Suzanne Somers in “Nothing Personal”, and later in 27 episodes of “SCTV Network” from 1981 to 1982. O’Hara appeared in “The Last Polka” (1985), in Martin Scorsese’s Golden Globe-nominated “After Hours” (1985) with Griffin Dunne, Rosanna Arquette, and Verna Bloom, and in “Heartburn” (1986) starring Meryl Streep and Jack Nicholson. In 1988, Catherine played in Tim Burton’s Oscar-winning “Beetlejuice” with Alec Baldwin, Geena Davis, and Michael Keaton, while she ended the decade with a role in “I, Martin Short, Goes Hollywood” in 1989. Her net worth was well established.

O’Hara played in several blockbuster movies in the early ‘90s, including Warren Beatty’s Oscar-winning “Dick Tracy” (1990) with Beatty, Madonna, and Al Pacino. She also played Kate McCallister in Chris Columbus’ Oscar-nominated comedy “Home Alone” (1990) alongside Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci, and Daniel Stern, which grossed over $530 million worldwide and helped O’Hara to increase her net worth significantly. Catherine also portrayed Kate in “Home Alone 2: Lost in New York” in 1992, and lent her voice to the Oscar-nominated “The Nightmare Before Christmas” in 1993, which also grossed a lot of money and improved O’Hara’s wealth. In the mid-‘90s, O’Hara had important parts in Ron Howard’s Oscar-nominated “The Paper” (1994) alongside Michael Keaton, Glenn Close, and Robert Duvall, and in Oscar-nominated “Wyatt Earp” (1994) starring Kevin Costner, Dennis Quaid, and Gene Hackman.

O’Hara was quite busy in the early 2000s, as she played in such movies as the Golden Globe Award-nominated “Best in Show” (2000) with Fred Willard and Eugene Levy, “Orange County” (2002) starring Colin Hanks and Jack Black, and in Christopher Guest’s Oscar-nominated comedy “A Mighty Wind” (2003). She continued with “Surviving Christmas” (2004) alongside Ben Affleck, Christina Applegate, and James Gandolfini, “The Wool Cap” (2004) starring William H. Macy, and in Oscar-winning “A Series of Unfortunate Events” (2006) with Jim Carrey, Jude Law, and Meryl Streep. By the end of the 2000’s, Catherine appeared in “Penelope” (2006) with Christina Ricci, James McAvoy, and Reese Witherspoon, then she starred in “For Your Consideration” (2006) and played in Sam Mendes’ “Away We Go” (2009), adding further to her net worth.

In 2010, O’Hara played alongside Claire Danes, Julia Ormond, and David Strathairn in Golden Globe-winning “Temple Grandin”, and then she gave her voice to various characters in Tim Burton’s Oscar-nominated “Frankenweenie” in 2012. She currently appears in such TV series as “What Lives Inside” (2015- ), “Schitt’s Creek” (2015- ), and “A Series of Unfortunate Events”, which will be aired from 2017, also adding to her net worth.

Regarding her personal life, Catherine O’Hara married production designer Bo Welch in 1992 and has two sons with him.

Full Name Catherine O’Hara
Net Worth $8 Million
Date Of Birth March 4, 1954
Place Of Birth Toronto, Canada
Height 1.63 m
Profession Actress
Education Burnhamthorpe Collegiate
Nationality American
Spouse Bo Welch
Children Matthew Welch, Luke Welch
Siblings Mary Margaret O’Hara, Marc O’Hara, Michael Patrick O’hara
IMDB http://www.imdb.com/name/nm0001573/
# Trademark
1 Her smile
# Quote
1 I think the best dramatic actors know how to tap into their character’s humor. I have more respect for those who take their comedy seriously.
2 I started working in the 1970s, when women’s lib was a daily subject. A lot of what women were fighting for then is a given now. In comedy it has gotten so much better. So many women are creating their own material. If anything, I think more about being older than being a woman in comedy. (2015)
3 I think everyone is born funny. Sadly, some lives beat it out of them. I don’t know what allows someone to keep being funny and actually make a career of it. I was encouraged to see the humor in life and have always been around people who think funny, but I know some hilarious people whose sense of humor saved them from their lives.
4 [on doing voiceover work with Martin Short in ‘Frankenweenie’] In a live-action film, the focus is on the set and the lighting and everything that’s there. In animation, it’s all right in the headphones. As Marty says, it uses a different set of muscles. In this case, we were given some beautiful illustrations to guide us, and I think we just tried to honor that.
5 I never went to the prom or anything. I got asked by a couple of weird guys, but no one I wanted to show up at a formal with. Mostly I thought about being an actress. I wasn’t conscious of wanting to be a comic actress. I wasn’t really funny or anything, and I didn’t think about it. It wasn’t supposed to be ladylike for a girl to joke. To this day, I’ve found that it doesn’t matter what a guy looks like if he’s really funny. His sense of humor makes him attractive. On the other hand, you don’t hear men saying, “No she’s not pretty, but is she ever funny!”
6 Night time really is the best time to work. All the ideas are there to be yours because everyone is asleep.
7 I know. I’m lazy. But I made myself a New Years resolution that I would write myself something really special. Which means I have ’til December, right?
8 I think the success of my work stems from being truthful.
9 I lived in LA for a few months. It seemed like no one there had parents. Or if they did have parents, they would deny it.
10 I’m pretty much a good Catholic girl at heart and I believe in family. I also have a basic belief that God takes care of me. I believe in prayer, even though I’m not that religious. I just have that foundation from my family. I mean when you think that you’re just a human being and one of God’s creatures, you can’t take anything that seriously.
# Fact
1 After securing Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci and Daniel Stern for Home Alone (1990), Chris Columbus felt confident enough to cast actors who were his heroes growing up, like O’Hara after seeing her work on SCTV (1976) as well as John Heard, and Tim Curry and Rob Schneider on Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992) because they were all open to the films.
2 Her good friend John Candy passed away on her 40th birthday.
3 Pictured on one of a set of five nondenominated Canadian commemorative postage stamps honoring Great Canadian Comedians, issued 29 August 2014. In addition to the main portrait, she is shown in her roles as Delia Deetz in Beetlejuice (1988), Marilyn Hack in For Your Consideration (2006), and Mickey Crabbe in A Mighty Wind (2003). Others honored in this set are Jim Carrey, Mike Myers, Martin Short, and Olivier Guimond. Price of each stamp on day of issue was 85¢.
4 In 2013, she participated in “Danny Elfman’s Music from the Films of Tim Burton” to perform “Sally’s Song” from The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993). She received a standing ovation when she entered the stage, as well as when she left.
5 Her acting mentor was Comedian Gilda Radner.
6 Often cast in Tim Burton films. Her most famous being The Nightmare Before Christmas (1993) where she provided the acting and singing voices of Lead female Sally and the female trick-or-treater Shock. Other Burton films are Beetlejuice (1988) and the upcoming animated October 2012 release Frankenweenie (2012).
7 Has a congenital condition called “Situs Inversus” in which the organs of the chest and abdomen are arranged in a perfect mirror image reversal of the normal positioning. Most people with situs inversus have no medical symptoms or complications resulting from the condition and it only occurs in less than 1 in 10,000.
8 Does an excellent impersonation of Katharine Hepburn, as seen on SCTV (1976). (AKA: SCTV).
9 A close friend of late actor John Candy.
10 Began working at Toronto’s “Second City” in 1973 as a waitress. Her brother Marc O’Hara, and sister Mary Margaret O’Hara also had jobs there.
11 Received a star on Canada’s Walk of Fame in June 2007.
12 Auditioned for the role of Jane Craig in Broadcast News (1987). Holly Hunter was cast instead.
13 Went to the same high school as fellow Canadian entertainer Dave Foley.
14 Gave a tearful eulogy at the funeral for John Candy.
15 Learned to play the autoharp for her role in A Mighty Wind (2003).
16 Owns a cottage (along with her husband Bo Welch) in Muskoka, Ontario.
17 Composed the two songs she and her sister Mary Margaret O’Hara and friend Robin Duke performed in The Last Polka (1985).
18 Wrote SCTV (1976)’s famous sketch “High-Q”, considered one of the funniest sketches on SCTV (1976).
19 Third generation Irish/Canadian/Catholic.
20 She is a naturalized a U.S. citizen.
21 Is one of 7 children.
22 Has 2 sons, Matthew Welch (born 1994) and Luke Welch (born 1997), with Bo Welch.
23 A high school friend of Robin Duke at Burnhamthorpe Collegiate in Etobicoke, Ontario, Canada. They first acted together in a school production of “Harvey”.
24 Crowned Queen of Comedy after her years as a regular on SCTV (1976), better known as SCTV. Catherine O’Hara has an almost religious cult following around the world.
25 She was part of the group Northern Lights who sang the song “Tears Are Not Enough” which was on the “We Are The World” album.
26 Sister of critically acclaimed singer/songwriter Mary Margaret O’Hara.


Title Year Status Character
Skylanders Academy 2016 TV Series Kaossandra
Harvey Beaks 2016 TV Series Miley
Schitt’s Creek 2015-2016 TV Series Moira Rose
Sofia the First 2016 TV Series Morgana
Modern Family 2015 TV Series Dr. Debra Radcliffe
What Lives Inside 2015 TV Mini-Series Sarah Delaney
Omoide no Mânî 2014 Elderly Lady (English version, voice)
The Greatest Event in Television History 2013 TV Series Muriel Rush
The Right Kind of Wrong 2013 Tess
A.C.O.D. 2013 Melissa
To My Future Assistant 2013 TV Movie Magda
30 Rock 2012 TV Series Pearline
Frankenweenie 2012 Mrs. Frankenstein Weird Girl Gym Teacher (voice)
Leslie 2012 TV Series Leslie
Glenn Martin DDS 2009-2011 TV Series Jackie Martin
A Monster in Paris 2011 Madame Carlotta (English version, voice)
Killers 2010 Mrs. Kornfeldt
Temple Grandin 2010 TV Movie Aunt Ann
Where the Wild Things Are 2009 Judith (voice)
Curb Your Enthusiasm 2009 TV Series Bam Bam
Away We Go 2009 Gloria
Good Behavior 2008 TV Movie Jackie West
Barbie in the 12 Dancing Princesses 2006 Video Rowena (voice)
For Your Consideration 2006 Marilyn Hack
Penelope 2006 Jessica Wilhern
Brother Bear 2 2006 Video Kata (voice)
Monster House 2006 Mom (voice)
Over the Hedge 2006 Penny (voice)
Chicken Little 2005 Tina – Alien Mom (voice)
Six Feet Under 2003-2005 TV Series Carol Ward
Game 6 2005 Lillian Rogan
A Series of Unfortunate Events 2004 Justice Strauss
The Wool Cap 2004 TV Movie Gloria
Surviving Christmas 2004 Christine Valco
A Mighty Wind 2003 Mickey Crabbe
Odd Job Jack 2003 TV Series Claudia Johnson
Bram and Alice 2002 TV Series Ms. O’Connor
Orange County 2002 Cindy Beugler
Speaking of Sex 2001 Connie Barker
Committed 2001 TV Series Liz Larsen (voice)
Edwurd Fudwupper Fibbed Big 2000 Short voice
Best in Show 2000 Cookie Fleck
MADtv 2000 TV Series Woman on Blind Date
Bartok the Magnificent 1999 Video Ludmilla (voice)
The Life Before This 1999 Sheena
Late Last Night 1999 TV Movie Shrink
Oh Baby 1999 TV Series Roberta Hunter
Home Fries 1998 Beatrice Lever
Hope 1997 TV Movie Muriel Macswain
Pippi Longstocking 1997 Mrs. Prysselius (voice)
The Outer Limits 1997 TV Series Becka Paulson
The Last of the High Kings 1996 Cathleen
Waiting for Guffman 1996 Sheila Albertson
Tall Tale 1995 Calamity Jane
Tales from the Crypt 1994 TV Series Geraldine Ferrett
A Simple Twist of Fate 1994 April Simon
Wyatt Earp 1994 Allie Earp
The Paper 1994 Susan
The Nightmare Before Christmas 1993 Sally Shock (voice)
The Hidden Room 1993 TV Series Laurel Brody
Home Alone 2: Lost in New York 1992 Kate McCallister
There Goes the Neighborhood 1992 Jessie Lodge
The Larry Sanders Show 1992 TV Series Catherine O’Hara
Morton & Hayes 1991 TV Series Mimi Von Astor / Amelia Von Astor
Little Vegas 1990 Lexie
Home Alone 1990 Kate McCallister
Dream On 1990 TV Series Irma
The Dave Thomas Comedy Show 1990 TV Series
Betsy’s Wedding 1990 Gloria Henner
Dick Tracy 1990 Texie Garcia
Andrea Martin… Together Again 1989 TV Movie Dee Lee / Jane / Kitten / …
I, Martin Short, Goes Hollywood 1989 TV Movie Nancy Mae
The Completely Mental Misadventures of Ed Grimley 1988 TV Series Miss Malone
Beetlejuice 1988 Delia Deetz
Trying Times 1987 TV Series Rebecca
Really Weird Tales 1987 TV Movie Theresa Sharpe (segment “I’ll Die Loving”)
Heartburn 1986 Betty
Dave Thomas: The Incredible Time Travels of Henry Osgood 1986 TV Movie Marie Antoinette
George Burns Comedy Week 1985 TV Series
After Hours 1985 Gail
The Last Polka 1985 TV Movie Lemon Twin
SCTV Channel 1983-1984 TV Series Lola Heatherton / Melissa Humphries / Essie / …
The New Show 1984 TV Series Various Julie Andrews Kathy Lee Crosby
Rock & Rule 1983 Aunt Edith (voice)
SCTV Network 1981-1982 TV Series Various / Lola Heatherton
The Steve Allen Comedy Hour 1981 TV Series Various
You’ve Come a Long Way, Katie 1980 TV Mini-Series
From Cleveland 1980 TV Movie Various
Double Negative 1980 Judith
Easter Fever 1980 TV Movie Scarlett O’Hare (voice)
Nothing Personal 1980 Audrey
Intergalactic Thanksgiving or Please Don’t Eat the Planet 1979 TV Short Ma Spademinder (voice)
SCTV 1976-1979 TV Series Various / Lola Heatherton / Liv Ullman / …
Witch’s Night Out 1978 TV Movie Malicious (voice)
The Wayne & Shuster Superspecial 1978 TV Series
The Rimshots 1976 TV Movie
Coming Up Rosie 1975 TV Series Myrna Wallbacker (1976-77)
The Wayne & Shuster Comedy Special 1975 TV Series
The Wayne & Shuster Show 1975 TV Series Various


Title Year Status Character
Andrea Martin… Together Again 1989 TV Movie special material
The Best of SCTV 1988 TV Movie
Really Weird Tales 1987 TV Movie segment “I’ll Die Loving”
SCTV Channel 1983-1984 TV Series writer – 3 episodes
SCTV Network 1981-1982 TV Series written by – 28 episodes
From Cleveland 1980 TV Movie
SCTV 1976-1979 TV Series writer – 51 episodes


Title Year Status Character
Schitt’s Creek 2016 TV Series consulting producer – 13 episodes


Title Year Status Character
For Your Consideration 2006 performer: “The Purim Song”
The 76th Annual Academy Awards 2004 TV Special performer: “A Kiss at the End of the Rainbow” – as Mickey
A Mighty Wind 2003 performer: “A Kiss at the End of the Rainbow”, “When You’re Next to Me”, “One More Time”, “A Mighty Wind” – as Mickey / performer: “The Catheter Song” – as Mickey Crabbe / writer: “One More Time”, “The Catheter Song”
Best in Show 2000 performer: “God Loves A Terrier”, “Terrier Style”
Waiting for Guffman 1996 performer: “Midnight At The Oasis”, “Nothing Ever Happens In Blaine” uncredited
The Nightmare Before Christmas 1993 performer: “Kidnap the Sandy Claws” 1993, “Sally’s Song” 1993, “Finale” 1993 – uncredited


Title Year Status Character
The Outer Limits 1998 TV Series 1 episode
Dream On 1991 TV Series 1 episode


Title Year Status Character
Her 2013 thanks
The Making of ‘Away We Go’ 2009 Video documentary short special thanks
John Candy: Comic Spirit 2005 Video documentary short special thanks


Title Year Status Character
The Late Show with Stephen Colbert 2016 TV Series Herself
CBS This Morning 2016 TV Series Herself – Guest
The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon 2016 TV Series Herself
2016 Canadian Screen Awards 2016 TV Special Herself
Entertainment Tonight 2015 TV Series Herself
Being Canadian 2015 Documentary Herself
Today 2015 TV Series Herself
Q with Jian Ghomeshi 2015 TV Series Herself – Guest
Inside Comedy 2014 TV Series Herself
Made in Hollywood 2009-2013 TV Series Herself
This Hour Has 22 Minutes 2013 TV Series Herself
Tales from the Warner Bros. Lot 2013 Documentary Herself
The Hour 2008-2012 TV Series Herself
Face Off 2012 TV Series Herself – Guest Judge
26th Annual Gemini Awards 2011 TV Special Herself
2011 Writers Guild Awards 2011 TV Special Herself – Presenter
17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards 2011 TV Special Herself
Killer Chemistry: Behind the Scenes with the Killers’ Cast & Crew 2010 Video documentary short Herself
Vancouver 2010: XXI Olympic Winter Games 2010 TV Mini-Series Herself – Closing Ceremony Speaker (2010)
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2009 TV Series Herself
HBO First Look 2006-2009 TV Series documentary Herself
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno 2002-2008 TV Series Herself
Canada’s Walk of Fame 2007 TV Movie Herself
Film ’72 2007 TV Series Herself
The 12th Annual Critics’ Choice Awards 2007 TV Special Herself – Presenter
eTalk Daily 2007 TV Series Herself
Canada A.M. 2007 TV Series Herself
Tavis Smiley 2006 TV Series Herself
Comic Relief 2006 2006 TV Special documentary Herself
The View 2006 TV Series Herself
Meet the Cast of ‘Over the Hedge’ 2006 Video documentary short Herself
MTV News 2006 TV Series Herself
Celebrity Poker Showdown 2005 TV Series Herself
Steve Martin: An American Cinematheque Tribute 2005 TV Special Herself
A Terrible Tragedy: Alarming Evidence from the Making of the Film – A Woeful World 2004 Video documentary Herself (uncredited)
The Rutles 2: Can’t Buy Me Lunch 2004 TV Special Astro Glide
The 76th Annual Academy Awards 2004 TV Special Perfomer: ‘A Kiss at the End of the Rainbow’ (as Mitch & Mickey)
The Mark Twain Prize: Lily Tomlin 2003 TV Movie Herself
Searching for Debra Winger 2002 Documentary Herself
Primetime Glick 2002 TV Series Herself
Dr. Katz, Professional Therapist 2002 TV Series Herself
The 15th Annual American Comedy Awards 2001 Herself
The 2nd Annual Canadian Comedy Awards 2001 TV Special Herself (Pretty Funny Female Performance)
Showbiz Today 2000 TV Series Herself
AFI’s 100 Years… 100 Laughs: America’s Funniest Movies 2000 TV Special documentary Herself
The Martin Short Show 1999 TV Series Herself
Whose Line Is It Anyway? 1998 TV Series Herself
Biography 1995 TV Series documentary Herself
Late Show with David Letterman 1994 TV Series Herself
The 19th Annual People’s Choice Awards 1993 TV Special Herself
Late Night with David Letterman 1982-1993 TV Series Herself / Herself – Guest
Friends of Gilda 1993 TV Movie Herself
The Making of Home Alone 2: Lost in New York 1992 TV Movie documentary Herself
Saturday Night Live 1988-1992 TV Series Herself – Host / Herself
The Movie Awards 1991 TV Movie documentary Herself – Presenter
In the Director’s Chair: The Man Who Invented Edward Scissorhands 1990 TV Movie Herself
Saturday Night Live: 15th Anniversary 1989 TV Special Herself – Audience Member (uncredited)
The Second City Toronto 15th Anniversary 1988 TV Movie Herself / Lady Love
Comic Relief ’87 1987 TV Special Herself
Comic Relief 1986/I TV Special Barbara Leary
David Letterman’s Holiday Film Festival 1985 TV Movie Herself (segment “PMS”)
Tears Are Not Enough 1985 Documentary Herself
The 34th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards 1982 TV Special Herself – Co-Winner: Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program
The Alan Hamel Show 1979 TV Series Herself
Canada After Dark 1979 TV Series Herself

Archive Footage

Won Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2016 Canadian Screen Award Canadian Screen Awards, CA Best Performance by an Actress in a Continuing Leading Comedic Role Schitt’s Creek (2015)
2011 Bronze Wrangler Western Heritage Awards Television Feature Film Temple Grandin (2010)
2006 KCFCC Award Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards Best Supporting Actress For Your Consideration (2006)
2006 NBR Award National Board of Review, USA Best Supporting Actress For Your Consideration (2006)
2006 NYFCO Award New York Film Critics, Online Best Supporting Actress For Your Consideration (2006)
2004 FFCC Award Florida Film Critics Circle Awards Best Ensemble Cast A Mighty Wind (2003)
2003 Seattle Film Critics Award Seattle Film Critics Awards Best Music A Mighty Wind (2003)
2001 American Comedy Award American Comedy Awards, USA Funniest Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Best in Show (2000)
2001 Canadian Comedy Award Canadian Comedy Awards Film – Pretty Funny Female Performance Best in Show (2000)
2000 Genie Genie Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role The Life Before This (1999)
1995 Earle Grey Award Gemini Awards
1982 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (1981)

Nominated Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2013 Annie Annie Awards Voice Acting in an Animated Feature Production Frankenweenie (2012)
2011 Actor Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries Temple Grandin (2010)
2010 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Miniseries or Movie Temple Grandin (2010)
2010 Gold Derby TV Award Gold Derby Awards Comedy Guest Actress Curb Your Enthusiasm (2000)
2010 Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Series, Mini-Series or Motion Picture Made for Television Temple Grandin (2010)
2007 Movies for Grownups Award AARP Movies for Grownups Awards Best Actress For Your Consideration (2006)
2007 Critics Choice Award Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards Best Supporting Actress For Your Consideration (2006)
2007 Chlotrudis Award Chlotrudis Awards Best Supporting Actress For Your Consideration (2006)
2007 Gold Derby Award Gold Derby Awards Supporting Actress For Your Consideration (2006)
2007 Independent Spirit Award Independent Spirit Awards Best Female Lead For Your Consideration (2006)
2006 EDA Award Alliance of Women Film Journalists Best Actress in a Comedic Performance For Your Consideration (2006)
2006 Gotham Independent Film Award Gotham Awards Best Ensemble Performance For Your Consideration (2006)
2004 Movies for Grownups Award AARP Movies for Grownups Awards Best Actress A Mighty Wind (2003)
2004 Movies for Grownups Award AARP Movies for Grownups Awards Best Grownup Love Story A Mighty Wind (2003)
2004 Gold Derby Award Gold Derby Awards Ensemble Cast A Mighty Wind (2003)
2004 PFCS Award Phoenix Film Critics Society Awards Best Ensemble Acting A Mighty Wind (2003)
2004 Golden Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Actress in a Supporting Role, Comedy or Musical A Mighty Wind (2003)
2001 Golden Satellite Award Satellite Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role, Comedy or Musical Best in Show (2000)
1998 Gemini Gemini Awards Best Performance by an Actress in a Guest Role in a Dramatic Series The Outer Limits (1995)
1994 CableACE CableACE Awards Actress in a Dramatic Series The Hidden Room (1991)
1983 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (1981)
1982 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (1981)
1982 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (1981)
1982 Primetime Emmy Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Writing in a Variety or Music Program SCTV Network 90 (1981)

2nd Place Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2004 LAFCA Award Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Best Music A Mighty Wind (2003)

3rd Place Awards

Year Award Ceremony Nomination Movie
2006 NYFCC Award New York Film Critics Circle Awards Best Supporting Actress For Your Consideration (2006)

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